Ririe v. Bd. of Trustees of School Dist. No. One, Crook County, Wyoming
In Ririe v. Bd. of Trustees of School Dist. No. One, Crook County, Wyoming, 674 P.2d 214 (Wyo. 1983), the Court commended the hearing examiner for allowing the attorneys to voir dire the school board to investigate concerns about bias and prejudice. Ririe, 674 P.2d at 223.
The Court recognized the voir dire process as being a "valuable means of discovering individual prejudices--perhaps hidden to all, including the holder--and of emphasizing to the board the importance of conducting a fair and impartial hearing." Id.